Pittsburgh Area Kant Colloquium
- University of Pittsburgh
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The purpose of the Pittsburgh Area Kant Colloquium is to bring together graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and advanced undergraduates in the Pittsburgh area for an interdisciplinary colloquium series devoted to the study of Immanuel Kant’s work. PAKC is an excellent opportunity for emerging scholars to collaborate and receive feedback on their research. Submissions from individuals who are actively affiliated with a Pittsburgh area university or college will receive first consideration. Submissions must be suitable for a twenty to twenty-five minute presentation (~3,000 words) with a fifteen-minute Q & A session following each presentation.
There is no set topic for the colloquium, and all papers relevant to Kant or Kantian philosophy, broadly construed, will be considered. Ideally, a submission will be a high-quality term paper, dissertation chapter, or a working paper intended for publication. Papers that are works in progress are encouraged. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, conference sessions will be held over Zoom.
If fortuitous circumstances occur where sessions can take place in person, the PAKC organizers will let you know.
Submission Procedure: Submit an email to Jacob Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
100-500 word abstract
Note: To encourage works in progress, we are not requiring participants to submit completed drafts.
This is a student event (e.g. a graduate conference).
October 3, 2020, 11:00pm EST